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Android security woes persist, scary Wi-Fi sharing, and Windows 10 has issues

It’s been a few days since Microsoft released Windows 10 and everyone seems to be busy downloading, installing and reporting back.

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Exchange 2016 Preview Now Available!

Just in time for Sysmass, the Exchange Team at Microsoft has made available for download a public preview of Exchange Server 2016!

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Digital divorce, connected lifestyles, and the internet of things

How different would things be today if “The War of the Roses” was rebooted in an age of living online, social media, and a house full of things online?

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Exchange 2010 SP3 RU10 – what you need to know

Microsoft released Exchange 2010 SP3 RU10 on June 16, and if you have any Exchange 2010 servers in your environment, that means it’s time once again for patching

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Remote control Jeeps, Microsoft’s expensive phone gambit, and a new search for intelligent life

This week, Microsoft reveals yet another plan to grow their smartphone market share, a Jeep gets hacked and Google introduces an extension for a smarter Gmail.

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Is Wi-Fi making you sick?

Wireless technology is everywhere these days. Almost every home seems to have a wi-fi router, as computer users find it so much easier to set up than running Ethernet cables.

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Exchange 2007 SP3 RU17 – what you need to know

A total of 17 update rollups… imagine that! That’s a lot of RUs for Exchange 2007, but that’s where we are with the most recent release of RU17 for Exchange 2007 Service Pack 3

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Is our addiction to email waning?

There seems to be a general consensus that email doesn’t need to take over one’s life and this is also reflected in the latest GFI Email Survey.

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Microsoft out-of-band patch MS15-078

A serious vulnerability has come along and Microsoft have put out an “out of band” patch. Immediate patching recommended.

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Nutty ‘net prices, Chrome pushes safety and Windows 10 for the long haul

Last week was the week of security as more Adobe Flash vulnerabilities continued to be discovered in the Hacking Team data dump.

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